Stage & Arts
March 19
Jungle Theater’s “School Girls” is set at an elite boarding school in Ghana.

Jungle Theater's 'School Girls' earns A-plus for dissecting global beauty standards

Review: The stylish production earns straight A's for dissecting global beauty standards.
March 19

Iowa sues to shut down national puppy-laundering ring

The Iowa Attorney General's Office is suing to shut down what it describes as a national puppy-laundering ring that sells dogs from illegal breeding operations at inflated prices while pretending the animals are rescues.
TV & Media
March 19
Sasha Pieterse and Janel Parrish star in the spinoff “Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists.”

TV picks for March 20: 'Warrior Women,' 'Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists,' Michael Bublé

Back to school Sasha Pieterse and Janel Parrish reprise their “mean girls” roles for “Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists,” a new soap that revolves…
Home & Garden
March 19
Gardeners attending the first meeting of the Twin Cities Growers Network sorted through a box of seeds.

Twin Cities gardeners look to grow connections among themselves

New association is focused on networking.
Eat & Drink
March 19
Andrea Nguyen will moderate the panel discussion.

Who owns Asian food? Twin Cities chefs' panel tackles 'authenticity'

The Lynhall serves up a discussion on how best to represent food culture.
Eat & Drink
March 19
The Sioux Chef's Sean Sherman honored with James Beard Leadership Award

The Sioux Chef's Sean Sherman honored with James Beard Leadership Award

The award highlights individuals working in "the important and complex realms of sustainability, food justice and public health."
Home & Garden
March 19
A Carolina wren visited St. Paul this winter.

What's a Carolina wren doing in Minnesota?

When an unexpected visitor arrives, it generates excitement in the birding community.
Variety
March 19

Hax: Trust issues toward her mother-in-law

Dear Carolyn: My mother-in-law has very unkind things to say about my ex-sister-in-law, and, as a woman, I deplore how my brother-in-law handled his divorce.…
Music
March 19
Michael Bublé was quick, witty and downright funny during his performance Monday at the Xcel Energy Center.

Review: Michael Bublé leaves crowd feeling good

With his romantic songs and glib humor, he was terrifically entertaining.
Eat & Drink
March 18
The pho challenge at iPho by Saigon, in St. Paul.

6 new Twin Cities restaurants to know about — and some closings

Spring is around the corner, and so are new restaurants, pop-ups and franchises that wisely waited for the thaw before opening their doors.
March 18
Aidy Bryant at Rockefeller Plaza in New York, Feb. 26, 2019. “Shrill,” her new comedy on Hulu, is radically different from anything else she has d

'SNL' and 'Shrill' star Aidy Bryant on size and self-esteem: 'I just got fed up'

The comedian parlays the confidence she gained on "SNL" into Hulu series.
Variety
March 18
Shoppers and diners pack the Denver Central Market on a winter weekend day. It’s one of a rising number of food halls opening in the Denver area, se

Why Denver's growing food hall scene is becoming a destination for all things local

After exploring Denver's outdoors, head indoors to the increasingly popular food halls.
March 18
Apple now has five models of iPads. On Monday, it introduced a new 7.8-inch iPad mini, shown in white on the far right, and new 10.5-inch iPad Air, sh

Apple refreshes iPad lineup, with larger entry-level model

Apple has unveiled a new iPad that's thinner and slightly larger than its current entry-level tablet.
March 18
A performer at the FORM festival, held at Arcosanti, an “urban laboratory” in Arizona.

Explore the U.S. this spring and summer with these seven diverse music festivals

Music fests are noted for eclectic settings, fun extracurricular programming and highly curated lineups.
Variety
March 18
OK, there's apparently more memorable meat out there than meets the eye

OK, there's apparently more memorable meat out there than meets the eye

A Star Tribune reviewer took a Minnesota roadtrip recently to write about five of the state's best family-run, tradition-loving meat markets. Our readers…
Variety
March 18
Schmidt’s Meat Market in Nicollet has won awards for its dill pickle brats and raspberry chipotle bacon.

Minnesota's Meat Trail: 5 small-town markets worth the drive

A road trip to the state's best family-run, tradition-loving meat markets.
Stage & Arts
March 18
Jane, Brigid, Kate and Rita McDonald, from left, youngest to oldest, are the inspiration for “Sisters of Peace.” The four McDonald sisters have jo

These 4 sisters are actually sisters: Minnesota's 'worker nuns' celebrated in new play

Related by blood and by faith, Minnesota's McDonald sisters devoted their lives to protesting war. A new play at the History Theatre tells their story.
TV & Media
March 18
Rob Lowe hosts the new competition show “Mental Samurai.”

TV picks for March 19: 'Mental Samurai,' 'The Trial of Ratko Mladic,' 'The Village'

Going mental “Mental Samurai” initially seems like such an elementary game show that it needs to strap contestants into an amusement-park ride to draw…
Celebrities
March 18
Percussionist Daryl Boudreaux: “I was a full-time musician. Then I got poor. No. Poorer.”

C.J.: Don't even try to stay still during Aretha Franklin tribute concert

There’s one song that percussionist Daryl Boudreaux made certain was on the play­list for the seventh annual “R.E.S.P.E.C.T. — A Tribute to the Queen…
March 18
Charles Finch

Book review: A thief, a murderer and a missing Shakespeare play

FICTION: If you crush on blue-blooded British detectives, the Charles Lenox series is for you.
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